Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Store Update

While taking a break from the sequentiality, I've added a new batch of 5x5's to the store.

Y'see, a "break" to me isn't downtime. 
It just means switching over to another form of production.

Yeah, I know . . .

I wouldn't want to work for me either.


Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Everything Old is New Again

Having worked on the 5x5's exclusively, and solidly, for the last three months, I find it's time to begin working on something that's been gestating in the back of my head for quite some time now.

I know there's been a lot of misinterpreted revelations that I "quit" comics. But as I've mentioned before, I never quit anything. I left working for a corporate industry that had grown in a direction that just didn't suit me anymore.

Simple as that.

But as for quitting "comics" . . . Hell No!

Anyway, the Store has been doing great, and I will continue to run it on a daily basis, as I start preparing new works for the forthcoming STX Con that I'll be attending in November.

It's also time I started production on that massive allegorical sequential tome I had mentioned a few posts back.

I have no idea when it will be completed, or how big this thing is going to turn out being. 

But I do know it's going to be a blast, because there are no imposed rules, no guidelines, and best of all . . . absolutely no limitations whatsoever.

So, if you thought my stories were whacked-out batshit crazy to start with . . .


Thursday, September 8, 2016

Framing the 5x5's

As a public service, for anyone interested in framing the 5x5's, I highly recommend stopping by your local Michaels crafts store and pick up these simple, yet excellent, little frames.

Standing or hanging, they make the art look pretty damn cool.
And at a cost of around only five bucks apiece, you can't go wrong.

So the next time you're out buying fake flowers, throw one of these into your cart, next to the papier mache bunny and the unfinished wood birdhouse.